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Are you living a practice-driven life or a lifestyle-driven practice?
I’ve pondered this question A LOT…
And after learning that burnout is now affecting 50% of people in our industry, I’m confident that this is the most important question any health or wellness professional can ask.
Back... see more in 2009, I was burned out, broke, and lost my love of providing wellness care as a chiropractor. After only two years of doing something I thought I would do forever.
Like so many, I fell into a practice situation that is way too common for a lot of doctors out there. High volume, long hours, tons of stress, and a crappy paycheck.
And if that wasn’t enough, I had no life, because I was always in that practice.
It was at that breaking point that I realized something huge. We’re being told that you’ve gotta work your tail off in practice, so you can eventually make money and then finally have a life.
And I learned all of this…through first trying to fit my vision into what convention is telling us to do in our industry. Spending hours doing marketing screenings, low-balling my prices, trying to schedule anyone and everyone, only to deal with patient turnover…and still left without a paycheck. This vicious cycle led to major (I’m talking MAJOR) burnout, frustration, losing my passion to take care of others, and wanting to give it all up – I was ready to QUIT!
But that’s also when I woke up and reached a tipping point, and I realized that if I didn’t fit in the convention mold, then I had to do the complete opposite of what everyone was telling me I should do.
That's how my lifestyle practice was born...
Watch the video below to learn how designing your lifestyle FIRST is the key to having a thriving practice...
 
THE PRACTICE-DRIVEN LIFE
It goes something like this…
The typical practice revolves around the idea of EFFORT. The more effort the better… starting up a practice is hard, takes forever, and can be a struggle – but that once the cash finally starts coming in, success, satisfaction and happiness will follow.
We’re told we have to set aside that free time we would spend with our loved ones, hobbies, doing things we enjoy, off to the side, to make our practices happen, so we can get to our life down the road.
This puts your life LAST. Because here’s what happens, most docs spend a ton of money in start-up before even seeing their first patient, only to spend years digging out of the hole of debt.
So then you feel huge pressure to get your practice off of the ground. You’ve just spent a ton of money, and now have to spend a lot of TIME in your practice….and believing that “if I work hard enough,” eventually the money will come. And if I make enough money, that’s when I’m going to have success…
But where’s your life in this picture?
Did you know that what convention is telling you is completely backwards and actually designed for you to fail?!? You’ve actually gotta put your life and your happiness first to be successful. Not chase after success hoping it’ll make you happy.
The same is true in practice.
And one of the biggest keys to being happy is all comes down to living the life you want, and if you’re doing that, you’ll be more successful and have a better practice because of it. It’s not about spending your life in your practice…hoping the rewards will come. It’s about building a practice around YOUR LIFE!
See the irony? Most practice owners are burned out because they see lifestyle as a result, rather than an influence, on the type of practice they’re building.
And it’s a big fat lie because you end up putting the very lifestyle that you want and deserve now on hold for months, years…decades???
So let me tell you WHY this is important for you, because I want to open your eyes on what’s really possible if you leave all that convention behind…
THE LIFESTYLE-DRIVEN PRACTICE
Here’s the truth, at least from my experience, is that the way to build a practice is the exact opposite of what everyone is telling you do to. By actually designing my lifestyle FIRST and fitting my practice into it, is what made it easy, yes actually easy, to build a practice that not only grew quickly (without long days or working weekends), but became really successful – fast.
You can actually have your ideal lifestyle be the engine behind creating the practice you want, not the end result.
So what you first want to do is…
Think about the type of life you want to create first. Rather than getting caught up in what defines success, think about your VISION. What type of life do I want? Why do I even have a practice or want to start one? What fuels me? How will having a practice give me freedom? What will a successful practice allow me to do that I couldn’t before? How will I spend my free time?
When you know the answers to these questions…rather than your practice driving your life, your vision drives it.
That’s the difference. Because if you can focus on your vision, here’s what happens:
It’s easier to create goals for yourself.
You won’t get lost in the busywork of building a practice. You’ll be able to ask yourself at every point, “Is the way I’m building my practice lining up with my life?” If it’s not, there’s your gut check to change direction. If it is, then stay the course.
And all the practice goals that you create for patient numbers, income – you name it – won’t just be stats you feel like you need to it. They’ll be numbers that tap into something much, much bigger…what am I doing it all for?
If you have your vision in place, you can already start to live the life you want and build off of it.
You’ll have control over your life.
If you know your goals and why you want to hit those goals, you have total control over what you’re doing and how you’re building EVERYTHING in your life, including your practice.
In the practice-driven life, we’re attached to things outside of us. What we’ve invested in the practice. How much time we’re spending in it…the pressure, the stress, the endless to-dos to get our practice going. Your practice dictates your life.
But in the lifestyle-driven practice, the control comes from you.
If you know your goals, you have control. If you have control, that means you have the very thing that every practice owner wants. The ability to be your own boss. The ability to CHOOSE how you live and how you work.
And if you have control, then you know how much you’re going to spend, how much time you’re going to put into your practice, you know how much effort it’s going to take to MATCH the vision for your life.
You’ll be successful faster, with less effort.
You read that right. You’ll be happier in your practice because you are putting yourself first. And if you’re happier, you’ll be more successful. Happiness drives your success, not the other way around.
That is how you build a lifestyle practice. If you have the freedom to know what you’re creating and why you’re creating it, you’re already going to have and the ability to build off of, the very lifestyle you want.
So when you’re building a lifestyle practice, you’re building FREEDOM to enjoy your practice and have a life outside of it.
Are you a holistic provider that loves your practice, but feel like you're missing out on life?
==> Join me in my free webinar: "How to Build a Booked Practice WITHOUT Having to Put Your Life on Hold"

In this webinar, you'll learn:
• How to stop burnout, so you can practice without stress.
• How to break out of the conventional practice model, so you can build a practice based off
of what YOU want.
• The NEW method to build a practice around your life, so you can have more freedom.
• The 6-step blueprint to build a booked practice in just a matter of weeks.
==> Reserve Your Seat Here
 
 
 
 
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I just read this great quote yesterday and wanted to share..."Being brave means choosing fear over comfort every day." - Brene Brown
 
Fear isn't easy. It's not comfortable. It's not safe.
 
But it's where the growth happens. It's where you discover who you really are. It's what challenges you to tap... see more into what you really want out of practice and life.
 
Yesterday I got a really awful email from someone who signed up for one of my free video training series. In the past, I would have let his negativity cut me to the core.
 
Now I brush it off and use it as fuel...as a reminder to put positive energy out there and choose the fear...
 
Every. Single. Day.
 
Every time I've pushed myself out of my comfort zone, I've grown because of it. I've been able to do more, serve more, and live more.
 
What will you do to choose fear over comfort today?Post a comment below and let me know :)Much love,Dr. Jen
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Happiness is your nature. It is not wrong to desire it. What is wrong is seeking it outside when it is inside - Ramana Maharshi. #holisticunited #holisticgram
 
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Where #thoughts go, #energy #flows. #truth #consciousness #mindfulness #wellness #LisaChilversWellness
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The secret of health for both mind and body is not to mourn for the past, not to worry about the future, or not to anticipate troubles, but to live in the present moment wisely and earnestly - Buddha.#health #wellness #buddha #inspiration #motivation #lisachilverswellness
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Trust that life is giving you exactly what you need practice in. #trust #wellness #faith #lisachilverswellness
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#Eat right, feel #amazing! #health #healthyeating #nutrition #fitness #motivation #inspiration #wellness
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Work out. Eat well. Be patient. Your body will reward you. #motivation #nutrition #fitness #health #triadweightlossclinic
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When you're scared but you still do it anyway - that's brave - Neil Gaiman. #bravery #strength #health #triadweightlossclinic
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#MatrixRepatterning #Matrix #Repatterning #Health #science #cellularlevel #molecularlevel #healing #structuraltherapy #wellness
 
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Affirmation: I love myself completely and take excellent care of my mind and body.#completehealth #wellness #affirmation #matrixrepatterning
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If you always do what you've done, you will always get what you've always got - Ed Foreman. #truth #change #motivation #matrixrepatterning
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Majority of my nutrition coaching clients are physically active individuals, who exercise vigoruosly at least 3-5 hours a week.
Despite the fact that they have been gym members for most of their lives they come to see me for nutritional advice mostly related to fat loss and/or muscle gain. 
How... see more is it that strong, physically fit people still need help when it comes to having the body composition they want? 
Isn't exercise enough? Not in my experience. 
In today's article, I want to explore the following question: 
Why is it easier to stick to exercising than to eating healthy? 





1. Exercise is less time-consuming. 
You may be surprised by this one, but hear me out. 
Once you commit to exercising you work out 3-5 hours a week on average. Maybe 10 hrs if you include moderate activities such as walking the dog, yoga, gardening and cleaning the house. 
When it comes to consistently making healthy food choices your commitment grows to about 28 hours a week (my math comes from estimating that roughly 4 hours a day is spent on eating, thinking about eating, snacking, prepping, cooking and/or shopping for food).
If you are a mom this number is probably going to be even higher since you are constantly surrounded by food, making breakfasts, lunches and dinners for your whole family, and running to the grocery store every other day. 
 
2. Exercising is fun, while eating healthy not as much.  





Most regular gym goes love to exercise. They love how it makes them feel. On the food/drink side, usually it's the unhealthy foods and drinks that make us feel good, at least temporarily. They make our brains feel really good. Correct me if I'm wrong, but nobody serves grilled chicken, green salads with fruit platters at birthday parties. It's pizza, hot dogs, wings, cupcakes and Doritos. If you had a choice, would you rather go to a pizza place or a vegan salad bar? Yeah, I thought so. 
3. Exercise is easy, while eating well requires planning.  
One of the easiest things to do is put on a pair of sneakers and go for a run or walk. Or exercise at the comforts of your home with a DVD. Changing your eating habits, especially at first, requires a lot of thinking, planning and prepping. It's a lot easier to stop by Dunkin Donuts on your way to work than to make your own lunch. Or to get take out rather than to spend 1 hr prepping ingredients and cooking a healthy dinner. 
4. Exercise can become addicting and rewarding a lot quicker than healthy eating. 
Do you know the sensation that you get after a tough workout of feeling totally exhausted but also strong, happy and accomplished? It's very easy to get addicted to this "high" of positive emotions that you get pretty much every time you work out. You may not feel quite the same after having a salad.  On the contrary, it's the junk food that really lights up the reward centers in our brain. Brain images shows the same areas of the brain lit up when exposed to junk food as to cocaine. Nobody is drooling over kale salads. 
 
5. Exercise can become a gateway to indulgent foods without the feeling of guilt. 





There is still a lot of people out there who go to the gym so that they can have Caramel Frappucinos at Starbucks or BigMacs later.
I look at dozens food logs daily and honestly, and a lot of people eat the most junk on workout days. 
Somehow, on those workout days we don't feel quite as bad about having those French Fries. 
Exercise =  food reward. It's a tough habit to break. 
 
5. Exercise can be done in public while most eating is done behind closed doors. 





Like I said before, most of my clients go to the gym therefore they work out with or next to other people. It's stimulating, supportive, motivating and social. But since all eyes are on you everybody in the gym is on their best behavior. 
Eating (especially over-eating) often happens at home or work, when nobody is watching. 
 
6. Exercise is a lifestyle, while eating healthy can feel like a chore. 
Somehow people understand that committing to exercising is a lifestyle change. They know it will improve their health and it's worth sticking to for the long run. They want to be fit, and lean and strong, and see their grandkids grow up. 
However, when it comes to eating well, we seem to want to do it only for a few weeks. Only till we drop a size or two. Then we are right back to the cookie drawer. 
Ok, that's it for the day. 
I've explored some of the reasons why people may be more willing to work out regularly than to stick to eating well for life.
 
Are you struggling to find ways how you can make eating healthy a lifestyle rather than a chore?
Sent me an email and lets' talk about how we can change that. 
Do you have any feedback or suggestions? Please share them with me! 
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You cannot have a positive life and a negative mind - Joyce Meyer. #holisticunited #holisticgram
 
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Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don't resist them; that only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like - Lao Tzu. #holisticunited
 
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Keep calm and eat smart! 
#goodeats #triadweightloss #lisachilverswellness #wellness #healthy #wellness #nutrition
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Can Running + Other Exercise Help You Live Longer? YES
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The ability to be in the present moment is a major component of mental wellness - Abraham Maslow.#wellness #health #mindfulness #lisachilverswellness
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Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don’t resist them; that only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like - Lao Tzu. #life #change #wellness #reality #lisachilverswellness
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Dr. George Roth explains the types of conditions that can be helped with Matrix Repatterning. Find out more at http://www.matrixrepatt…

#MatrixRepatterning #DrGeorgeRoth #ailments #health #wellness #structuraltherapy #cellulartherapy
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Are you living a practice-driven life or a lifestyle-driven practice?
I’ve pondered this question A LOT…
And after learning that burnout is now affecting 50% of people in our industry, I’m confident that this is the most important question any health or wellness professional can ask.
Back... see more in 2009, I was burned out, broke, and lost my love of providing wellness care as a chiropractor. After only two years of doing something I thought I would do forever.
Like so many, I fell into a practice situation that is way too common for a lot of doctors out there. High volume, long hours, tons of stress, and a crappy paycheck.
And if that wasn’t enough, I had no life, because I was always in that practice.
It was at that breaking point that I realized something huge. We’re being told that you’ve gotta work your tail off in practice, so you can eventually make money and then finally have a life.
And I learned all of this…through first trying to fit my vision into what convention is telling us to do in our industry. Spending hours doing marketing screenings, low-balling my prices, trying to schedule anyone and everyone, only to deal with patient turnover…and still left without a paycheck. This vicious cycle led to major (I’m talking MAJOR) burnout, frustration, losing my passion to take care of others, and wanting to give it all up – I was ready to QUIT!
But that’s also when I woke up and reached a tipping point, and I realized that if I didn’t fit in the convention mold, then I had to do the complete opposite of what everyone was telling me I should do.
That's how my lifestyle practice was born...
Watch the video below to learn how designing your lifestyle FIRST is the key to having a thriving practice...
 
THE PRACTICE-DRIVEN LIFE
It goes something like this…
The typical practice revolves around the idea of EFFORT. The more effort the better… starting up a practice is hard, takes forever, and can be a struggle – but that once the cash finally starts coming in, success, satisfaction and happiness will follow.
We’re told we have to set aside that free time we would spend with our loved ones, hobbies, doing things we enjoy, off to the side, to make our practices happen, so we can get to our life down the road.
This puts your life LAST. Because here’s what happens, most docs spend a ton of money in start-up before even seeing their first patient, only to spend years digging out of the hole of debt.
So then you feel huge pressure to get your practice off of the ground. You’ve just spent a ton of money, and now have to spend a lot of TIME in your practice….and believing that “if I work hard enough,” eventually the money will come. And if I make enough money, that’s when I’m going to have success…
But where’s your life in this picture?
Did you know that what convention is telling you is completely backwards and actually designed for you to fail?!? You’ve actually gotta put your life and your happiness first to be successful. Not chase after success hoping it’ll make you happy.
The same is true in practice.
And one of the biggest keys to being happy is all comes down to living the life you want, and if you’re doing that, you’ll be more successful and have a better practice because of it. It’s not about spending your life in your practice…hoping the rewards will come. It’s about building a practice around YOUR LIFE!
See the irony? Most practice owners are burned out because they see lifestyle as a result, rather than an influence, on the type of practice they’re building.
And it’s a big fat lie because you end up putting the very lifestyle that you want and deserve now on hold for months, years…decades???
So let me tell you WHY this is important for you, because I want to open your eyes on what’s really possible if you leave all that convention behind…
THE LIFESTYLE-DRIVEN PRACTICE
Here’s the truth, at least from my experience, is that the way to build a practice is the exact opposite of what everyone is telling you do to. By actually designing my lifestyle FIRST and fitting my practice into it, is what made it easy, yes actually easy, to build a practice that not only grew quickly (without long days or working weekends), but became really successful – fast.
You can actually have your ideal lifestyle be the engine behind creating the practice you want, not the end result.
So what you first want to do is…
Think about the type of life you want to create first. Rather than getting caught up in what defines success, think about your VISION. What type of life do I want? Why do I even have a practice or want to start one? What fuels me? How will having a practice give me freedom? What will a successful practice allow me to do that I couldn’t before? How will I spend my free time?
When you know the answers to these questions…rather than your practice driving your life, your vision drives it.
That’s the difference. Because if you can focus on your vision, here’s what happens:
It’s easier to create goals for yourself.
You won’t get lost in the busywork of building a practice. You’ll be able to ask yourself at every point, “Is the way I’m building my practice lining up with my life?” If it’s not, there’s your gut check to change direction. If it is, then stay the course.
And all the practice goals that you create for patient numbers, income – you name it – won’t just be stats you feel like you need to it. They’ll be numbers that tap into something much, much bigger…what am I doing it all for?
If you have your vision in place, you can already start to live the life you want and build off of it.
You’ll have control over your life.
If you know your goals and why you want to hit those goals, you have total control over what you’re doing and how you’re building EVERYTHING in your life, including your practice.
In the practice-driven life, we’re attached to things outside of us. What we’ve invested in the practice. How much time we’re spending in it…the pressure, the stress, the endless to-dos to get our practice going. Your practice dictates your life.
But in the lifestyle-driven practice, the control comes from you.
If you know your goals, you have control. If you have control, that means you have the very thing that every practice owner wants. The ability to be your own boss. The ability to CHOOSE how you live and how you work.
And if you have control, then you know how much you’re going to spend, how much time you’re going to put into your practice, you know how much effort it’s going to take to MATCH the vision for your life.
You’ll be successful faster, with less effort.
You read that right. You’ll be happier in your practice because you are putting yourself first. And if you’re happier, you’ll be more successful. Happiness drives your success, not the other way around.
That is how you build a lifestyle practice. If you have the freedom to know what you’re creating and why you’re creating it, you’re already going to have and the ability to build off of, the very lifestyle you want.
So when you’re building a lifestyle practice, you’re building FREEDOM to enjoy your practice and have a life outside of it.
Are you a holistic provider that loves your practice, but feel like you're missing out on life?
==> Join me in my free webinar: "How to Build a Booked Practice WITHOUT Having to Put Your Life on Hold"

In this webinar, you'll learn:
• How to stop burnout, so you can practice without stress.
• How to break out of the conventional practice model, so you can build a practice based off
of what YOU want.
• The NEW method to build a practice around your life, so you can have more freedom.
• The 6-step blueprint to build a booked practice in just a matter of weeks.
==> Reserve Your Seat Here
 
 
 
 
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I just read this great quote yesterday and wanted to share..."Being brave means choosing fear over comfort every day." - Brene Brown
 
Fear isn't easy. It's not comfortable. It's not safe.
 
But it's where the growth happens. It's where you discover who you really are. It's what challenges you to tap... see more into what you really want out of practice and life.
 
Yesterday I got a really awful email from someone who signed up for one of my free video training series. In the past, I would have let his negativity cut me to the core.
 
Now I brush it off and use it as fuel...as a reminder to put positive energy out there and choose the fear...
 
Every. Single. Day.
 
Every time I've pushed myself out of my comfort zone, I've grown because of it. I've been able to do more, serve more, and live more.
 
What will you do to choose fear over comfort today?Post a comment below and let me know :)Much love,Dr. Jen
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Happiness is your nature. It is not wrong to desire it. What is wrong is seeking it outside when it is inside - Ramana Maharshi. #holisticunited #holisticgram
 
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Where #thoughts go, #energy #flows. #truth #consciousness #mindfulness #wellness #LisaChilversWellness
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The secret of health for both mind and body is not to mourn for the past, not to worry about the future, or not to anticipate troubles, but to live in the present moment wisely and earnestly - Buddha.#health #wellness #buddha #inspiration #motivation #lisachilverswellness
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Trust that life is giving you exactly what you need practice in. #trust #wellness #faith #lisachilverswellness
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#Eat right, feel #amazing! #health #healthyeating #nutrition #fitness #motivation #inspiration #wellness
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Work out. Eat well. Be patient. Your body will reward you. #motivation #nutrition #fitness #health #triadweightlossclinic
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When you're scared but you still do it anyway - that's brave - Neil Gaiman. #bravery #strength #health #triadweightlossclinic
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#MatrixRepatterning #Matrix #Repatterning #Health #science #cellularlevel #molecularlevel #healing #structuraltherapy #wellness
 
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Affirmation: I love myself completely and take excellent care of my mind and body.#completehealth #wellness #affirmation #matrixrepatterning
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If you always do what you've done, you will always get what you've always got - Ed Foreman. #truth #change #motivation #matrixrepatterning
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Majority of my nutrition coaching clients are physically active individuals, who exercise vigoruosly at least 3-5 hours a week.
Despite the fact that they have been gym members for most of their lives they come to see me for nutritional advice mostly related to fat loss and/or muscle gain. 
How... see more is it that strong, physically fit people still need help when it comes to having the body composition they want? 
Isn't exercise enough? Not in my experience. 
In today's article, I want to explore the following question: 
Why is it easier to stick to exercising than to eating healthy? 





1. Exercise is less time-consuming. 
You may be surprised by this one, but hear me out. 
Once you commit to exercising you work out 3-5 hours a week on average. Maybe 10 hrs if you include moderate activities such as walking the dog, yoga, gardening and cleaning the house. 
When it comes to consistently making healthy food choices your commitment grows to about 28 hours a week (my math comes from estimating that roughly 4 hours a day is spent on eating, thinking about eating, snacking, prepping, cooking and/or shopping for food).
If you are a mom this number is probably going to be even higher since you are constantly surrounded by food, making breakfasts, lunches and dinners for your whole family, and running to the grocery store every other day. 
 
2. Exercising is fun, while eating healthy not as much.  





Most regular gym goes love to exercise. They love how it makes them feel. On the food/drink side, usually it's the unhealthy foods and drinks that make us feel good, at least temporarily. They make our brains feel really good. Correct me if I'm wrong, but nobody serves grilled chicken, green salads with fruit platters at birthday parties. It's pizza, hot dogs, wings, cupcakes and Doritos. If you had a choice, would you rather go to a pizza place or a vegan salad bar? Yeah, I thought so. 
3. Exercise is easy, while eating well requires planning.  
One of the easiest things to do is put on a pair of sneakers and go for a run or walk. Or exercise at the comforts of your home with a DVD. Changing your eating habits, especially at first, requires a lot of thinking, planning and prepping. It's a lot easier to stop by Dunkin Donuts on your way to work than to make your own lunch. Or to get take out rather than to spend 1 hr prepping ingredients and cooking a healthy dinner. 
4. Exercise can become addicting and rewarding a lot quicker than healthy eating. 
Do you know the sensation that you get after a tough workout of feeling totally exhausted but also strong, happy and accomplished? It's very easy to get addicted to this "high" of positive emotions that you get pretty much every time you work out. You may not feel quite the same after having a salad.  On the contrary, it's the junk food that really lights up the reward centers in our brain. Brain images shows the same areas of the brain lit up when exposed to junk food as to cocaine. Nobody is drooling over kale salads. 
 
5. Exercise can become a gateway to indulgent foods without the feeling of guilt. 





There is still a lot of people out there who go to the gym so that they can have Caramel Frappucinos at Starbucks or BigMacs later.
I look at dozens food logs daily and honestly, and a lot of people eat the most junk on workout days. 
Somehow, on those workout days we don't feel quite as bad about having those French Fries. 
Exercise =  food reward. It's a tough habit to break. 
 
5. Exercise can be done in public while most eating is done behind closed doors. 





Like I said before, most of my clients go to the gym therefore they work out with or next to other people. It's stimulating, supportive, motivating and social. But since all eyes are on you everybody in the gym is on their best behavior. 
Eating (especially over-eating) often happens at home or work, when nobody is watching. 
 
6. Exercise is a lifestyle, while eating healthy can feel like a chore. 
Somehow people understand that committing to exercising is a lifestyle change. They know it will improve their health and it's worth sticking to for the long run. They want to be fit, and lean and strong, and see their grandkids grow up. 
However, when it comes to eating well, we seem to want to do it only for a few weeks. Only till we drop a size or two. Then we are right back to the cookie drawer. 
Ok, that's it for the day. 
I've explored some of the reasons why people may be more willing to work out regularly than to stick to eating well for life.
 
Are you struggling to find ways how you can make eating healthy a lifestyle rather than a chore?
Sent me an email and lets' talk about how we can change that. 
Do you have any feedback or suggestions? Please share them with me! 
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You cannot have a positive life and a negative mind - Joyce Meyer. #holisticunited #holisticgram
 
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Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don't resist them; that only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like - Lao Tzu. #holisticunited
 
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Keep calm and eat smart! 
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Can Running + Other Exercise Help You Live Longer? YES
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The ability to be in the present moment is a major component of mental wellness - Abraham Maslow.#wellness #health #mindfulness #lisachilverswellness
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Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don’t resist them; that only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like - Lao Tzu. #life #change #wellness #reality #lisachilverswellness
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Dr. George Roth explains the types of conditions that can be helped with Matrix Repatterning. Find out more at http://www.matrixrepatt…

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